General Knowledge Quiz (Round 168)

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Which castle, used to hold prisoners of war in WWII, is situated in a town near Leipzig?


'Whispering Death' was the name given to which fast bowler and commentator?
Michael Holding


Sodium bicarbonate is often better known as what?
Baking Soda


The theme tune from the BBC childrens programme Animal Magic is now used for which satirical comedy show?


All Saints Day is celebrated in which month?


Former Governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger, was born in which country?


In the acronym NASA, what 2 words do the letter A represent?
Aeronautics and Administration


The high wispy white filament clouds take their name from the latin word Cirrus, but what does this mean in English? a) a lock or tuft of hair b) threads c) horse tails
a) a lock or tuft of hair


Which series was centred on a man destined to failure due to his own pomposity and who lived at 23 Railway Cuttings, East Cheam?
Hancock's Half Hour


Which 'Pass' connects Afghanistan and Pakistan
Khyber Pass